This 24 January 2020 video says about itself:
Another two Common Kestrels (Spanjulett) were recently released back into the wild following a period of rehabilitation.
Both kestrels were recovered in November and December 2019 during the ongoing autumn hunting season, and confirmed by the Government veterinarian to have been illegally shot. One suffered injuries to the left foot and wing, whilst the other suffered damage to the head.
These birds were released on Wednesday 22nd January 2020 on Comino, a protected bird sanctuary where no hunting is permitted, and where they are able to acclimatise before carrying on their migration journey.
Footage by Steph Leow. Editing by Jose Luque Montero.